FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
All our teachers are natives
We are a registered Trinity College London centre. (Examinations on site)
Yes, by MIUR and at international level, subject to passing the appropriate examination at the end of the course (Trinity or Cambridge).
There is no average age. The formation of classes takes into account two factors: Age and Level, so as to have uniform groups. Currently, our youngest student is less than 6 years old and the oldest is over 70!
There are, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, 6 levels, A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.
The price includes teaching materials (not included for children up to secondary school).
In each classroom there is a minimum of 5 students and a maximum of 10.
To complete a level, it is sufficient to fruitfully attend the school year (October – June). Less time is required if you join an intensive, dedicated course or if you take advantage of one of our individual tuition packages (10, 20 and 30 hours).
If a student shows rapid progress, the Director of Studies and the teacher will consider placing him/her in the next higher level.
- We teach all internationally recognised certifications: First Certificate in English, Trinity, Yle, Cae, Cpe, Ielts, Toefl, KET, PET.
Yes, after a short test, the student will take part in a group lesson.
Yes, of course!
All our teachers know or are trained in Italian at least at a basic level.
Generally 1 to 2 times a week for group courses. For individual courses, the frequency may vary depending on the customised course.
Yes, it is very important to take a placement test to clearly define your starting level.
Teaching relates to the attainment of the 4 skills necessary for any language: listening, speaking, reading and writing, with a greater focus on speaking and listening .
We accept any form of payment: cash, transfer, credit card, debit card, cheques.
Yes, you can pay in 4 decreasing instalments.